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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

Award Named For Benjamin Lane by Shan Friedman Collegian Contributing Writer The Student Government Association (SGA) recently announced the creation of the Benjamin A. Lane Outstanding Service Award. The announcement was made at the Second Annual Spring Dinner Dance at Peek 'n' Peak ski lodge. According to Doug Saltzman, president of the Student Programming Council, the award is designed to "honor that faculty or staff member who has gone beyond the call of duty in service, as exemplified by the unparalleled devotion of Mr. Benjamin A. Lane." Saltzman added, "It is a pleasure for the Student Government Association to honor such an outstanding individual as Mr. Lane." The award will be given annually at the Honors and Awards Convocation held during the spring semester. Those nominated for the award will be judged on their devotion to the college in a variety of areas. This committment might include involvement in student organizations, faculty council or other services inten...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

Campus Convenience Store Proposed by Dana Gross Collegian Staff Writer A little over 35 years ago, Behrend College was nothing but a farm and a farmhouse. In these past 35 years Behrend has prospered, academically and otherwise, making a name for itself in the academic community. Behrend has come a long way since the days of Ernst R. Behrend, area industrialist whose wife donated their land to the Pennsylvania State University. This fall Behrend College will open two new academic buildings, a new apartment complex, and the newest idea proposed is a food convenience store. A convenience store would enable students living on campus, especially those in the apartments, to buy grocery items without having to leave campus. At a meeting on March 27, held by Food and Housing Manager Michael Ryan and Assistant Dean of Student Affairs William Mc-Cartney, Ryan explained that very basic grocery items (i.e. milk, bread, etc.) would be provided for purchase at the store. He noted that th...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

Student Union Board Approves Name Change The Student Union Board recently changed its name to Student Programming Council while rewriting its constitution. "It's the hope of the Student Programming Council that the new name will "explain more dearly the organization's purpose,!'_, according to President Doug Saltzman. In addition to the new name, other changes to the constitution were made to clarify the club's mission and to better organize its voting council. The Student Programming Council will hold elections for committee chairpersons at the next meeting. Kim Neely and Risa Glick were recently elected president and vice-president, respectively for the 1985-86 academic year. Jackie Pulte, current vicepresident, recently said, "Hopefully, the name change and the rewriting of the constitution will give Behrend students a different outlook on the organization and its goals, thus increasing student morale and continued on page 11

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

Reader Opinion Fall Schedules Aren't Worth Fifty Cents One of the most asinine things that I have ever encountered is the 50 cent fee to purchase the fall semester class schedule. I have attended and visited various universities in many states, none of which charge for items so basic as a schedule of classes. Supposedly, the fee has been assesed because the schedules at University Park cost 50 cents. In as much as the administration of Behrend College has fought for a separate identity, it is odd they are now adopting University Park policies. Though I have never seen a University Park class schedule, I am sure a comparison between the schedules at Behrend and University Park would resemble the contrast between the Erie phone directory and the Manhattan directory. Let us say, for the sake of simplicity, that the University Park schedule of _^ classes is 100 pages in length. Then students' cost per page would be one half cent. The cost of the Behrend schedule is currentlly ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

Behrend Should Take More Precautions With Off-Campus Housing Next semester Niagara Hall, which currently houses freshmen through seniors, will primarily house freshmen. The reason for this change is to lower the freshmen to resident assistant ratio to better accomodate freshmen. Perry Hall currently has about a 50:1 student to resident assistant ratio. Niagara Hall's ratio is approximately 32:1. We feel decreasing this ratio is a good move by the Penn State housing authorities. It shows both foresight and concern for incoming freshmen. But what is Penn State-Behrend doing for freshmen who, not by choice, must live off-campus? Prospective freshmen who do not have housing are provided with the Behrend College Off-Campus Housing List, an inclusive list of residences in and around the Erie area willing to rent to college students. The list indicates nothing about the quality or health standards of the residences listed. If you have ever visited or lived at a few of the listed resi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

Editorial Opinion The Pennsylvania State University If Penn State follows through with its possible plans to take over the Titusville Campus of the University of Pittsburgh, it would be the sole operator of 18 campuses throughout the state. The idea of adding another campus to the existing collection may seem appealing at first glance, but there's much more to it. Although Penn State may be given the campus free of charge, there will still be an enormous outlay of financial resources to open it and to keep it open for the public. Perhaps Penn State should re-examine its long-term plans. There are already six, two-year campuses on the western edge of the state. Why make it seven? And why Titusville? The majority of Penn State campuses are very small (excluding Behrend College and University Park) and are considered lucky if they have one academic building and a gymnasium. The University should take what it already owns and improve upon it. It's quality, not quantity, that count...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

Editorial Policy The Behrend Collegian's editorial opinion is determined by its Board of Opinion, with the Editors holding final responsibility. Opinions expressed on the editorial pages are not necessarily those of The Behrend Collegian or The Pennsylvania State University. Brown Thompson Publishers, the publishers of The Behrend Collegian and related publications, is a separate corporate institution from Penn State. Letters Policy: The Behrend Collegian encourages comments on news coverage, editorial policy and University affairs. Letters should be typewritten, double-spaced, signed by no more than two people, and not longer than 400 words. Students' letters should include the semester and major of the writer. Letters from alumni should include the major and year of graduation of the writer. All writers should provide their address and phone number for verification of the letter. The Collegian reserves the right to edit letters for length, and to reject letters if they are l...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

Several weeks ago, a lecturer at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania was suspended for one term because he made remarks that some black students found offensive. Murray B. Dolfman, a lawyer who has lectured at the school for 22 years, was accused of singling out black students in his class for not being able to recite the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which abolished slavery. Dolfman described himself as a Jew and "former" slave who celebrated the end of his slavery at Passover. He was surprised that the black students in his class, whom he called "former slaves" and "ex-slaves," could not recite the 13th Amendment. Well, the University was right in suspending Dolfman. Behavior like this is intolerable and should be treated as such. Rod Luery, Collegian Editor

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

—— Commentary — Exploitation: Jump on the Bandwagon by Michael Wimms Collegian Staff Writer It seems there is a growing trend in the United States to pay tribute to the dead or misfortunate people of the world. Examples of tributary songs are the recent releases from The Commodores and Diana Ross. Ross, on her album Swept Away, has a tribute to the late singer Marvin Gaye. The song "Missing You" is doing exceptionally well on the charts. The Commodores have also done a tribute to Marvin Gaye, as well as the late great Jackie Wilson. Their song "Night Shift" is also doing well on the charts The conclusion that I have drawn from this is dead superstars are a commodity to their living fellow artists. I don't mean to be callous, but profits speak louder than words. I will bet the sale of all these tributary records is bringing the record companies big bucks. I do not mean to imply that there is not a general concern for Mr. Wilson's and Mr. Gaye's memories in these songs, but ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

Army Packs Excitement Into ROTC Basic Camp by Tom Milley Collegian Staff Writer "The most important things I gained from Basic Camp were respect and friendship. Before I came to camp, I didn't know what to expect. After five weeks, I can honestly say that I respect all the people I came in contact with. Every officer and NCO I have met has treated me as respectfully as I have treated them. I discovered they could even laugh and when you jump to attention, salute with the wrong hand, and say, 'Uh, good morning, uh evening, I mean ma'am, I mean sir.' The drill sergeants were not the enemy but really the friend. Who else would be brave enough to come near a clumsy cadet holding a fully loaded M16?" There are some things regarding the above quotation that may surprise you. You may have gathered that the cadet is talking about Army ROTC's Basic Camp, a six week session taken in place of the first two years of Army ROTC. Basic Camp is different from Basic Training (which has nothing...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

Penn State Behrend Collegian Member of The Press Association Editors Risa Giick Rod Luery News Editor. Michael Ross Feature Editor Paula Maus Business Manager Daniel King Photo Coordinator Napoleon Birch Advisor Robert DiNicola Staff Jill Bedford Thomas Milley Rob Roth Judy Bush Kevin Moore Lisa Scherer Robbie Colville Barrett Parker Michael Shaffer Kimberly Ford Lisa Pavadore Tammie Starcher Kurt Freeman Julie Potochny Kelly Swisher Dan Gaston Greg Rathbun Anne Waskowitz Gregory Goldsmith Julie Reynolds Roger Whelan Dana Gross Steve Roney Michael Wimms Darlene Kasbee Mark Yeager REPRESENTED FOR NATIONAL ADVERTISING BY CASS Student Advertising, Incorporated 1633 West Central St. Evanston_. Illinois 60201 Mailing Address - ¦ «tir_»_i»< _CaHvglan, Station Road. Erie. PA 16S63 Office located in Reed Union Bulding Office Hours-9 a.m.-5 p.m.: Monday through Friday Phone:898-6221 Opinions expressed by the editors and staff of the Pmmm State Btftrw_* _ColUglnn are not necessarily ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

Students Deserve More Credit by Anne Waskowitz Collegian Staff Writer I do not feel that our society gives students enough credit. So, I want to give every student credit. As a student, I feel that we are subjected to more stress than many other professions. Sometimes it feels like we have pressure coming from every angle. There just isn't enough time in the day to accomplish everything that we are expected to accomplish. This is the reason that most of us must stay up half the night to get work done. Most students have pressure coming from teachers, parents, spouses, cocurricular activities, peers, roommates, or various financial areas. All of these pressures build up so much sometimes that it's amazing that we don't go crazy. An example of this is commonly known as the "three test in one week syndrome". Why can't teachers alternate tests so that we have one or two tests in one week? To add to these pressures, loans and financial aid are going down, and in many schools, i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

Reader Opinion Harriett Behrend Explains Her "Faithful Friend" _fo the Bruno Club Every good wish for many hours of happiness. My dog Bruno, was a lover of all mankind, a faithful friend as long as he lived. My parents gave him to me when I was 12 years old. He was two years at the time. He lived to be 14 years. So I had twelve years of the greatest love a dog can give. He traveled everywhere with me. In those days dogs were allowed in restaurants. He sat under the table. Good Luck, Harriet Behrend Ninow

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

Cooper and Cronyn's "Foxfire" Opens Tomorrow Night Paul Iddings directs Susan only. Foxfire has gone to the core Foxfire is a gentle and loving, Cooper and Hume Cronyn's Fox- of Southern Appalachia for a as well as a staunchly affirmative, fire at Penn State-Berhend, open- heartfelt dramatic essay on a tribute to the country folk whose ing April 19 for 10 performances disappearing rural America. sturdiness and character it celebrates. The characters of Foxfire have been called "the last of the indomitable pioneers who carved out of mountain soil not only a living, but, a tough, joyous way of life which has almost vanished today." The play's inspiration was the vast, folkloric treasury collected by Eliot Wigginton and his high school students in Rabun County, Ga. for their Foxfire magazine (published in book form by Doubleday). For theatrical purposes, the adaptors have concentrated on one mountain family - the Nations. That is the essence of Foxire - its characters and their...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

Library Makes Appeal To Students National Library Week is a good time to learn (and practice) the TEN COMMANDMENTS of the LIBRARY. 1. Thou shalt not hesitate to ask for help when thou needeth it. 2. Thou shalt not forget that the library closeth at the times listed and that the library staff needeth time off for refreshment and relaxation—five days shalt they labor and do all their work. 3. Thou shalt not attempt to check out books without thine—and thine only—current I.D. card (no keys, meal tickets, credit cards etc). 4. Thou shalt not keep library materials past the date due, for thy librarian is a jealous librarian, guarding the needs of the many against the covetousness of the with the rules, regulations, procarefree few. ~ cedures, that keep the library run-5. Thou shalt keep the library ning smoothly, including stopping informed of thy current address in to have your book bags checked case tbou breaketh commandment on your way out. _overduTLeT_^ _"_^ "* 9 " ¦_"»» shal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

Bands To Battle Local Erie bands will compete against each other when Commuter Council sponsors "The Battle of the Bands" from noon until 6 p.m. on April 20 at Behrend College. The Bedrocks, Generic Beat, Thrilling Detectives, and The Dogs will be judged by Erie Times Showcase Writer Dave Richards, Docksider Owner Bob Nelson, and a represen tative of The City Voice. Admission is free.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 18 April 1985

Behrend Gets Away At Billy's Saloon by Darlene Kasbee Collegian Staff Writer Tuesday, April 9, marked "Perm State-Behrend Night" ai Billy's Saloon in the downtown Erie Hilton. Students, faculty, administrators and alumni found themselves entitled to, as _Larrj Waltermire put it, "A spectacular coDege night, party atmosphere," including free chicken wings from 9 p.m. until midnight, ladies drinks for 65 cents from 8 p.m. until midnight, and 75 cents drafts all night long. "Penn State-Behrend really knows how to do it up$" said commuter student Jim Robie. The night offered a good turnout, with several Behrend on-campus students and commuters taking full advantage of the Billy's classical atmosphere. Billy's Saloon has fullycarpeted floors, several tables that center around two brass and mahogany bars. Other features include: a fully-lighted dance floor, a 10 x 12 foot video screen featuring "The Moonlighters ," a local top 40 Erie band consisting of lead singer Wendy Stevens, ...

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